Will Power: How to Act Shakespeare in 21 Days

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Hal Leonard Corporation, Sep 1, 2006 - Drama - 376 pages
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Thousands of young people set their sights on becoming professional actors each year hoping to get a foot in the door with a solid resum built in high school college and local theatre company productions. But competition for parts is fierce and no li
  

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Will Power: How to Act Shakespeare in 21 Days (Applause Books)

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Little is stranger to many actors than William Shakespeare. In his first book, actor, director, producer, and teacher Basil (cofounder, American Globe Theatre) offers a three-week course that ... Read full review

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I try to read books about acting Shakespeare as well as ones about studying him, because you sometimes get new insights. This one was a little touchy-feely, but I do feel like the exercises gave me a new perspective. Read full review

Contents

Body
15
Back Matter
345
Index
349
Back Cover
367
Spine
368
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About the author (2006)

John Basil grew up in northeastern New Jersey and earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Marquette University. He lives with his wife, Sarah, and two children in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin.

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